Psychophysiological correlates of the disposition effect
We assess the psychophysiological characteristics underlying the disposition effect and find that subjects showing greater disposition effect are those who sweat more and present lower body temperature and heart rate.
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|Publication status:||Published in PLOS One 1.8(2013): pp. 54542-1-54542-4|
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